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« on: June 23, 2013, 06:27:31 am »
« edited: June 23, 2013, 01:32:14 pm by ElectionsGuy »

Racine County is somewhat interesting:

City/Village/Town                   Obama %              Romney %
 
Racine (C)                             71.1%                   27.8%
Burlington (C)                        43.1%                    56.0%
Mount Pleasant (V)                 49.0%                   50.1%
Caledonia (V)                         43.5%                   55.6%
Elmwood Park (V)                    51.0%                   47.8%
North Bay (V)                         46.0%                   51.7%
Sturtevant (V)**                    49.3%                   49.3%
Union Grove (V)                      36.6%                    61.9%
Waterford (V)                         37.2%                   62.2%
Wind Point (V)                        41.2%                   57.9%
Rochester (T)                         31.8%                   67.5%
Burlington (T)                         36.2%                   63.0%
Dover (T)                              36.2%                    62.7%
Norway (T)                            28.2%                   71.4%
Raymond (T)                          34.2%                   64.8%
Waterford (T)                         27.4%                   71.5%
Yorkville (T)                           35.9%                   63.3%
Racine County                      51.3%                  47.7%

** Sturtevant was an exact Tie

I didn't think Romney would win Mount Pleasant, but he did so I'm surprised. Also Racine got more Democratic, another sign of the rural-urban divide. Obama's best parts were Racine and the villages by Racine, and Romney's best Parts were the Townships and Villages in the Western part like Rochester and Norway.
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ElectionsGuy
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E: 3.23, S: -7.48

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« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2013, 01:31:22 pm »

I thought both Mount Pleasant and Caledonia had incorporated?

Yeah, they are both villages.

Hmmm, I guess my source is outdated. I'll change them, thank you
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